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Floridita - Soho

Based on a bar legendary in Havana over 150 years ago, there’s live Latin here every night. 

£5+, Tue-Wed, 5.30pm-2am; 
Thur-Sat, 5.30pm-3am 
100 Wardour Street, W1F 0TN 
Tube | Tottenham Court Road


Passing Clouds - Dalston

This rather worthy outfit puts on a mixed bag of events every week, from “conscious film screenings” (rather than unconscious ones?), to spoken word and hip hop showcases. This Friday there’s Venezuelan Latin ska. Also look out for an evening of African and Mediterranean music (July 20) and a reggae and Afro-jazz special on July 27.  

£5+, Mon-Thu, 6pm-12.30am; Fri-Sat, 6pm-2.30am;
Sun, 2pm-12.30am 1 Richmond Road, E8 4AA 
Tube | Haggerston



Momo’s central - London

This famous North African restaurant (there are also branches in Paris, the UAE and Beirut) puts together a regular rota of Afro-infused live music and DJ sets, with it all going off in the eatery’s basement bar, Kemia. The last few weeks have seen shows from Brazilian diva Tulipa Ruiz and an Africa Shock party. If this sort of stuff is your bag then keep an eye on the website, as acts are announced frequently for the upcoming months. 

£10+, Africa Shock is on 8pm til late 
25 Heddon Street, W1B 4BH 
Tube | Piccadilly Circus


King’s Place - King’s Cross

With theatrical productions, literature events and musical performances, such as the forthcoming King’s Place festival, this leftfield leaning arts and culture hub comes up trumps. Top nights not to miss include Finnish experimental band Oddarrang (Sept 13), and the London Klezmer Quartet who celebrate the soulful music of pre-war Jewish Central Europe. Diverse. 

£10+, Dates and times vary 
90 York Way, N1 9AG 
Tube | King’s Cross

Royal Albert Hall - Kensington

This stunning 19th-century building (above) is most often associated with heritage rock acts like Eric Clapton, classical performances and the Proms. It also, though, hosts regular world music shows, from African beats to atmospheric jazz performances and European traditional folk music recitals, even. Nights not to miss over the summer are the Gospel Prom (July 16) and Caroline Loftus and F.R.E.D whose Ignite Brunch salutes 1950s Havanan sounds (Jul 21, 12pm). 

£15+, Dates and times vary 
Kensington Gore, SW7 2AP  
Tube | Knightsbridge


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